Over the past two decades, Latin America has seen an explosion of experiments with autonomy, as people across the continent express their refusal to be absorbed by the logic and order of neoliberalism. The autonomous movements of the twenty-first century are marked by an unprecedented degree of interconnection, through their use of digital tools and their insistence on the importance of producing knowledge about their practices through strategies of self-representation and grassroots theorization. The Book in Movement explores the reinvention of a specific form of media: the print book. Magalí Rabasa travels through the political and literary underground of cities in Mexico, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile to explore the ways that autonomous politics are enacted in the production and circulation of books.
About the Author
Magalí Rabasa is assistant professor of Hispanic studies at Lewis & Clark College.
Table of Contents
Introduction The Organic Book in the Continent in Movement 3
1 Becoming the Book 31
2 The Workshop Book 60
3 The Unbounded Book 98
4 The Networking Book 133